Steven Boyd, chief executive of the GPA, said: “As the delivery body for the government’s office portfolio, we have a huge role in many crucial initiatives, and these appointments will be key to our success."
The Government Property Agency (GPA) has appointed Yvette Greener as client director and Clive Anderson as director of capital projects.
Greener has joined on a 12-month loan from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC). She specialises in operational delivery and business transformation, and has experience in several government departments.
At HMRC, Yvette was the programme director of its border infrastructure programme delivering Inland Border Facilities. Prior to this, she led HMRC’s strategic workforce planning and stakeholder engagement for the department’s move to 13 regional centres as phase 1 of the government hubs programme.
Anderson has 30 years experience in the industry and has significant experience delivering for commercial clients, and latterly within the department of work and pensions.
Steven Boyd, chief executive of the GPA, said: “As the delivery body for the government’s office portfolio, we have a huge role in many crucial initiatives, and these appointments will be key to our success.
"Yvette’s strategic client expertise and exceptional transformation experience will really strengthen our senior team. Clive’s experience in overseeing and delivering complex industry-leading capital projects will be invaluable to us as the government hubs programme gathers momentum.
"I am delighted to welcome them both. We will continue to seek out the best talent in both private and public sectors as we build our team.”
Greener added: “I am extremely pleased to be joining the Government Property Agency as its client director. This is such an important time as we continue to grow as an organisation.
"We represent the best covenant in the UK - Her Majesty’s government - and we are providing industry-leading services and solutions for our clients and customers. I look forward to playing my role in creating ever greater places to work for the UK’s civil servants.”
Anderson said: “I am delighted to take up the role of director of capital projects. It draws upon all my skills and experience to deliver perhaps the most significant office development and transformation programme in the UK.
"It also offers the chance to undertake a career-defining role supporting growth across the UK through investment in a sustainable and value-for-money government estate.”